COLLOQUIUM "Liquid Argon Detector Physics with ProtoDUNEs at CERN" by Richard Diurba (University of Bern)

Colloquium Room (Nikhef Vertex)

Colloquium Room

Nikhef Vertex

Science Park 105, 1098XG Amsterdam

The Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) is an upcoming neutrino oscillation experiment. It will use 17-kiloton liquid argon time projection chambers at the far site. To develop technologies for these modules, DUNE has constructed and operated Far Detector prototypes at CERN in a program referred to as ProtoDUNE. The first full-scale detector, ProtoDUNE Single-Phase, took data from 2018 and 2020 and showed that the technical specifications of the Far Detector are achievable. The talk will discuss detector physics results from ProtoDUNE Single-Phase. It will also include discussions on the DUNE physics program and look at the future of prototyping efforts at CERN.

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